Kylie Minogue has surprised fans at a London festival by joining Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds on stage for a rare live performance of their 1995 duet Where The Wild Roses Grow.
Nick Cave celebrated Kylie Minogue’s 50th birthday in his own unique style as the pair performed together on Sunday (Jun 3). The duo, who collaborated on 1996 track Where The Wild Roses Grow, came together on stage at Victoria Park in east London, reports said.
They played the hit track during Cave’s headline slot at the All Points East.
Cave reeled off hits Including Into My Arms and One More Time With Feeling as the festival closed on Sunday night before a stage invasion at the culmination of his performance.
Kylie celebrated her 50th birthday last month.
Victoria Park was treated to a string of hits as Cave and his band, The Bad Seeds, took to the stage following Patti Smith’s performance.
Smith read Allen Ginsberg’s poem, Howl, before playing hits including People Have The Power and Pissing In A River.
Earlier at the festival Courtney Barnett, St Vincent, Marika Hackman and Nadine Shah had performed.